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Jaden Daughtry, Benedictine


By Big Shots Nation, 10/04/19, 7:00AM EDT


There was a solid number of standouts from the Big Shots Mid-Atlantic Top 150 Camp.

The Big Shots Mid-Atlantic Top 150 Camp was full of talented competitors and prospects. Here's a look at some top standouts.

1. 2022 - 6'5 - Forward Jaden Daughtry - Benedictine (VA)

Jaden Daughtry was one of the biggest standouts at the BigShots Mid-Atlantic Top 150 Camp. He showed off his ability to score on all three levels and handled ball pressure well to show his development. He's earned offers from Old Dominion and Norfolk State so far and continues to show why he should be considered a top prospect in his class.

2. 2021 - 6'1 - Guard Allen Strothers - Menchville (VA)

Allen Strothers continues to turn heads as a combo guard prospect with tons of skill. He can finish above the rim and has a solid floor game to complement his athleticism. He still has room to develop a shot from behind the 3-point line and with his unselfish play, he's due for a breakout junior season. Strothers holds offers from Robert Morris, App State, Elon, Kent State, Howard, Radford, Hampton, Old Dominion and Norfolk State. 

3. 2021 - 5'11 - Point Guard Christian Wilson - Church Hill Academy (VA) 

Church Hill Academy has quite the backcourt with 2021 point guard Christian Wilson leading the way. Wilson has a competitor's mentality that's unmatched on both ends that allows him to lead by example. He did well defending players of all positions at the BigShots Mid-Atlantic Top 150 Camp and finished with a highligh-reel dunk to close out the final game.

4. 2020 - 6'5 -Shooting Guard Eric Wood - Lackey (VA)

Eric Wood showed off an array of moves on all three levels to prove what he could do with some of Virginia's top players. He put up 18 points in his team's first game of the Mid-Atlantic Showcase. At 6-foot-5, he used his length to finish above the rim on multiple occasions. As he develops his 3-point shot, he'll be a prospect to watch in 2019-20.

5. 2022 - 5'9 - Point Guard Nicholas Booker-Nelson - Church Hill Academy (VA)

Nicholas Booker-Nelson is another guard in the Church Hill Academy backcourt to keep eyes on. He's got a nose for the ball and isn't scared to play physical to cause turnovers. His lefty ball-handling ability allows him to utilize his speed to make plays and get to the rim with ease.

6. 2020 Dean Lockley - 6'1 - Tandem Friends School (VA)

Dean Lockley is an underrated guard that can play above the rim and still developing quite the floor game. He can handle the ball on the wing and isn't afraid of getting to the rim when given the opportunity. He produced double figures in scoring in both showcase games.  

7. 2023 Forward Steve Stinson Jr. - 6'4 - Trinity Episcopal (VA)

Steve Stinson Jr. will be a freshman prospect to watch at Trinity Episcopal. As he learns to play with a motor and push the envelope on both ends, he's an athletic forward that should do good things for his squad. His development will be something to keep an eye on.

8. 2025 Jaylen Johnson - 5'8 - Virginia

Jaylen Johnson is a young guard prospect that showed an excellent feel for playmaking with the ball in his hands. He made a number of no-look passes and high level plays when the ball came his way. He'll be a young player to watch for the next few seasons.

9. 2025 Guard - 5'4 - Aidan Trimiew - Virginia

Aidan Trimiew showed a knack for making 3-pointers from behind the arc for the younger group. Despite his young classification, it didn't stop Trimiew from pulling up from deep and knocking down 3-pointers with efficiency. He made a total of five 3-pointers across two games.

10. 2025 Forward - Mason Patrick - 5'10 - Virginia 

Mason Patrick was a terror on the glass and in the paint for his team, securing a number of offensive rebounds and easy layups around the rim. Patrick was a big-time prospect that showed upside as a forward of the future.